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Good morning everyone, Happy Friday. Well done for all of your hard work and thank you so much for the fantastic work that you have emailed over. Enjoy your learning today!
Letters and Sounds
For our letters and sounds today, why don't you have a go at one of your favourite Phonics Play (using this link) games that you have played this week. Remember only some of them are free to use but have a little browse through.
Also remind yourself of our tricky words song. Challenge your self by just listening to the song and see if you can remember how to spell each word!
Every Friday in school is everyone reading together. Today this can be your English lesson job. If you have your reading book at home, please read that. If you don't have your book at home, the Oxford Owls website has a huge amount of books for free. Ask your adult to have a browse of the website as it contains a lot of really useful information. It has the Book Bands that we use in school as a search option or you can search using our phonics scheme, Letters and Sounds. On the back of the school reading books is a tab which shows the band that you are currently reading within. You can use this website at any time to keep practising your reading. Enjoy!
Today we will be continuing our work on part-part whole model and finding the missing parts. Remember, you can draw your own part-part whole model and use objects such as pieces of pasta or pennies to help you with today’s work.
There are seven cars in total. Seven of them are yellow. How many of them are green?
Have a look at the part-part-whole model below.
If seven is our whole and seven is one of the parts, then there are none in the other part. We can use the sentence 7 is a part, 0 is a part, 7 is the whole.
Try this part-part-whole model. Can you complete it?
We can use the number sentence 3 is a part, 2 is a part, 5 is the whole.
Could we use a number track to find our answer?
Have a go at the questions underneath. There are different chili challenges for you to choose the worksheet that you feel most comfortable with.
Did you manage to see many fireworks in the sky last night? I was lucky to see lots from my window and then I stood in my front garden. There were lots of different sizes, shapes and colours. What sort of colours and shapes did you see? This afternoon you could try making a collage or drawing of the types of fireworks that you saw in the sky. You could even try using a cardboard tube and cut lines into it. Fan out the tube and, dipping the edges into paint, place it onto a sheet of paper.
Friday is also Golden Time! You can have a bit of free time to play with your toys, build with some construction, read for pleasure or watch a film (maybe you could watch 'Room on the Broom'). It is time to unwind for the weekend.
Thank you all again for your hard work whilst at home. It has been lovely to see the things that you have been doing in your emails but it will be even better to see you all in person on Monday 9th November when you return to school. Have a brilliant weekend and stay safe.
Mr Nolan X